HITT received approval this summer from Fairfax County to develop Converge, an 820,000-square-foot mixed-use project on 7.5 acres. The project will add several buildings and nearly 3.2 million square feet of development near the West Falls Church Metro station.
As part of that, the company will build a six-story, 270,000-square-foot building at 7024 Haycock Road as its headquarters. The firm will focus on sustainability at the property, which will feature a 100,000-square-foot photovoltaic solar canopy, generating all energy needed for the building.
Additionally, Virginia Tech has leased ground-floor space for a Coalition for Smart Construction, which HITT said would train the next generation of construction professionals and drive groundbreaking research and educational collaborations within the built community.
“As we continue to grow our presence in the greater D.C. metro area, creating innovative industry partnerships will enable the future of smart construction,” Julie Ross, the Paul and Dorothea Torgersen dean of engineering at Virginia Tech, said in a statement. “The partnership will provide our students and faculty with a state-of-the-art facility built for collaboration. We’re excited to see what we can do together.”
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Development, Mixed-use, 2900 Fairview Park Drive, HITT Contracting Building, Julie Ross, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Washington DC Read MoreCommercial ObserverHITT Contracting, a national commercial construction firm, will relocate its headquarters to a 7.5-acre campus it’s building in Falls Church, Va., in 2026. HITT received approval this summer from Fairfax County to develop Converge, an 820,000-square-foot mixed-use project on 7.5 acres. The project will add several buildings and nearly 3.2 million square feet of development